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Duduhandelman
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Wifi Design?

Sun Aug 17, 2014 7:40 pm

Hi All,
This is my first time designing wireless for the office.
The usage is for Internet access only. Authentication will be just password and some encryption.

The office size is 3 floors 600 square meters (each floor). I would like that people will move easily and stay connected.
Total number of users is 150.
Now the questions are:

1. What product should I use ( I was thinking about a lot of MAP's)
2. Should all of them connected as a bridge to a ccr? with the internet connection
3. Any special freq to use?
4. How much MAPS should I need? maybe a different product
5. What is the best way to manage and monitor all of that?

Many Thanks for the time.
 
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Re: Wifi Design?

Sun Aug 17, 2014 9:26 pm

Hi All,
This is my first time designing wireless for the office.
The usage is for Internet access only. Authentication will be just password and some encryption.

The office size is 3 floors 600 square meters (each floor). I would like that people will move easily and stay connected.
Total number of users is 150.
Now the questions are:

1. What product should I use ( I was thinking about a lot of MAP's)
2. Should all of them connected as a bridge to a ccr? with the internet connection
3. Any special freq to use?
4. How much MAPS should I need? maybe a different product
5. What is the best way to manage and monitor all of that?

Many Thanks for the time.
as usual buildings are with walls (even from concrete) so concrete with steel arming are killers of wifi coverage.
i think 3 RB951, each on separate floors will fit to your needs for the start
 
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Re: Wifi Design?

Mon Aug 18, 2014 11:55 am

as usual buildings are with walls (even from concrete) so concrete with steel arming are killers of wifi coverage.
i think 3 RB951, each on separate floors will fit to your needs for the start
Thank You,
Should I use the wifi as bridge to centeral router? or should each one will do nat or even routing to a central router
Thanks Again
 
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Re: Wifi Design?

Tue Aug 19, 2014 2:34 pm

as usual buildings are with walls (even from concrete) so concrete with steel arming are killers of wifi coverage.
i think 3 RB951, each on separate floors will fit to your needs for the start
Thank You,
Should I use the wifi as bridge to centeral router? or should each one will do nat or even routing to a central router
Thanks Again
If the clients need communication to each other or other network components (such as network printers) best to bridge through to single router. If the wireless clients are to be isolated anyway, then it is OK to NAT at the wifi station.

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